Klaske Havik, Véronique Patteeuw & Bas Princen
Those who think of Bruges may envision a historic postcard image. A powerful tourist magnet, once formed after the role model of Nuremberg, where maintaining a medieval image was played out as bait. But there is more. The perception of Bruges, but above all the experience and the way people live there, raise interesting questions that are not only relevant to this context, but also more broadly to the image of a city and its architecture.
Klaske Havik (Methods of Analysis and Imagination, TU Delft), Véronique Patteeuw (École Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture et du Paysage Lille and KU Leuven) and Bas Princen (architectural photographer) enter into a dialogue in search of the dormant layers that direct our gaze. Departing from architectural history, literature and photography, they will investigate how our environment is portrayed and how projections are formed and nurtured.
In samenwerking met Archipel